Lesson 10. Conjunctions и and a (and), preposition с (with)

Both и and а may be translated into English like and. The difference is that и is uniting words or sentences, whilst а is opposing them: Continue reading Lesson 10. Conjunctions и and a (and), preposition с (with)

Lesson 4. Verbs and Conjugations. Present tense

When we learn a new language, the most challenging is to understand the structure it uses to build sentences. The “skeleton” of this structure are verbs and their conjugations. As soon as you learn how to build the structure, it will be much easier to add “decorations” to your phrases: adjectives, adverbs, etc. – that is why I’m giving you verb conjugations that soon. Continue reading Lesson 4. Verbs and Conjugations. Present tense

Lesson 3. Noun Case

Russian is an inflective language. It means that the word in a sentence takes different endings depending on a role of this word in the sentence. The roles of the words in Russian are expressed by the cases. English, unlike Russian, is analytic language, and the role of words is expressed by prepositions, postpositions and the strict word order. I will give you a detailed example: Continue reading Lesson 3. Noun Case